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Trying to install nautilus here I have the required dependencies
But it asks for Exempi which is "Optional"
I have tried adding --without-exempi but it wont build.
Is there a way to build without optional dependecies.
I used to use nautilus even on xfce as it is one of the better file managers but the gnome dependencies are now just out of control so I have switched to spacefm which is as versatile as nautilus if not more so doesn't have huge dependencies is easily added to via scripts and plug-ins as is nautilus, if you can't sort out nautilus give spacefm a try, home page is here: http://ignorantguru.github.com/spacefm/
Which admittedly doesn't answer your question but is an alternative
Last edited by Keith Hedger; 12-08-2012 at 12:40 PM.
Reason: Wish I could tpye